The ASE-certified mechanics at Slater's Auto Works purge vehicles of tired, tainted oil and replace it with a refreshing quaff of potable petroleum. In addition to gifting engines with up to 5 quarts of fresh oil and three adorable nicknames, the car-sitters will also top off fluids, grease the front end and nearby cake pans, and check tires' systolic and diastolic pressures. Thanks to a drive-up policy, auto owners can freely wheel their mechanic chariot sans appointment to the garage, where technicians will lavish equal opportunity service to both foreign and domestic models. Slater's Auto Works does charge extra for additional oil, synthetic oil, specialty filters, and joy rides on the car lift.
The Peveto family's name became synonymous with stopping power when John Peveto II opened his first Brake Check shop in 1968. More than 40 years and 40 shops later, the family still helps cars stop (and go) with brake-pad inspections, wheel alignments, battery replacements, and oil changes. With convenience in mind, each shop opens its work bays seven days a week, offers online appointments, and backs up several of their services with lifetime warranties that are then backed up by other even more muscular warranties.:m]]
Sterling McCall Honda's service technicians foster healthy engines and improve auto-body beauty with oil changes, Honda OEM parts, and car washes. During the roughly 45-minute service, a trained technician replaces spent fluids with up to 5 quarts of fresh oil and installs a filter to block impurities and thirsty Tinmen. Next, motor medics swap tires to facilitate longer tire life and smoother driving. Before letting your car loose on the road, the staffers give it a thorough wash, sending torrents of water and soap along its sullied shell to give it the confidence it needs to flatter expired parking meters.
A Plus' transmission-oriented technicians keep car clockwork humming with timely tune-ups, ensuring smooth afternoon cruises and exciting games of stop-sign fetch. Revive a fallen roadster with the transmission-maintenance service, a seven-step diagnostic exam designed to suss out stick-shift sore spots and to unclog automatic arteries. During their preventive wrench-poking, A Plus' sleuths turn their mechanical magnifying glasses toward performance-sapping culprits, changing out fluid filters and gaskets, making motor adjustments, and tending to gear engagements besieged by wear and tear and the flirtatious advances of spark plugs named Lothario. A Plus also turns cars loose on open asphalt during a driving test, checking shift points, clutch conduct, and wheelie-popping performance.
Friendly Ford of Crosby’s maintenance masters cosset automobiles with thorough preventive services. Re-slick your horseless carriage’s pumping pistons with a 30-minute lubricating oil change. The service begins with an experienced auto technician draining the used, grimy oil and removing the expired oil filter. Then, engines undergo a 5-quart transfusion of new oil and get acquainted with a fresh new filter to sift out any potentially harmful impurities, such as dislodged particles of debris or misplaced oil-rigger hardhats. Appointments are recommended.